Spring cleaning sale on a few Fenders. #1 Precision '51 reissue. Butterscotch (more on the translucent yellow side). This is a "crafted in Japan" bass I bought new. I replaced the stock pickup with a Lollar original p-bass single coil, and electronics were replaced with CTS pots and Sprague capacitor. Includes a Fender tweed gig bag. This was my main bass when I played regularly with a blues band. It sound awesome strung up with TI flats. Right now it has a new set of the D'Addario balanced tension round wounds. I removed some of the finish from the back of the neck, because I couldn't stand the stock fender finish. SOLD #2 Jaguar Bass. Switchable active and passive bass. This is one of the Japanese made models (not the current production Squire model). 34" scale, Alder body with maple neck and rosewood fretboard. It's red with a matching headstock. I think they called that configuration hot rod red. Includes older padded gig bag. Love the sound, but doesn't get much play time. Asking $550 #3 1969 Mustang. Competition red with matching headstock. Finish is aged, white stripes are faded to a nice cream color. It's road worn in all the right ways. There are a few spots where the pick guard is cracking, and many spots where the finish is missing. It looks like it's 44 years old. This bass is one of the coolest instruments I own, but it doesn't get a lot of play time. It's strung up with D'Addario half-rounds. Warm and thumpy. Includes a TKL hard case. Asking $1550. Pictures of the mustang below, lots of additional pictures of all three basses here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/20502709@N06/sets/72157633116003597/ I'm open to offers, but please no trades.